This community cafe is a social enterprise which offers a training program that addresses high unemployment and the mismatched training and employment opportunity in the Asbury Park area. The hands-on, paid training program is designed to develop readily transferrable skills for application in the hospitality industry. Training and skills development will take place in a working eatery, giving neighbors the opportunity to help participants learn marketable skills while enjoying good food at a fair price. Click here to view our calendar of upcoming events.
HOURS OF OPERATION
Tuesday to Sunday
8:00AM to 3:00PM
Good food with healthy options offered at a fair price available to everyone in the neighborhood.
A local community market of goods from and for the neighborhood. You’re invited to dine-in, take-out, order delivery or schedule catering for breakfast and lunch.
A hands-on community program to provide training in the hospitality industry for jobs in Asbury Park and beyond.
The Kula Urban Farm project is an expansion of the Kula Café. Farms operating in an urban environment benefit from a greater degree of consumer and other stakeholder involvement than usual – resulting in a stronger consumer-producer relationship.
HOURS OF OPERATION
Monday to Saturday
9:00AM to 5:00PM
FARM TO TABLE EVENTS
If you are looking for a unique venue to host your next company outing, family reunion, birthday party or monthly dinner party, we invite you to our table. Coming soon, local residents will have the opportunity to host events at the Kula Farm, catered by Kula Café with meals served fresh from the farm. Contact us to schedule your next event.
FRESH FARM PRODUCE
Produce grown at the farm is available to the general public for purchase year-round in our garden and greenhouse. Stop by the urban farm, café or our table at a local farmers market for more information on available produce and pricing.
URBAN FARM GROWING
Fruits and vegetables in the greenhouse are grown using hydroponic techniques to create a year round growing environment. During non-winter months, 4 to 8 foot raised beds are cultivated.
Gardens are placed along the edges of the plot to create an engaging place to gain passer-by interest. Classes for adults and children are conducted on healthy eating and different gardening topics, during the growing season.